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Biofilms project draws on engineering expertise

Biofilms project draws on engineering expertise

Published Dec 19, 2011

Interdisciplinary research conducted by Binghamton University students provides new insights about biofilms — slimy coatings of bacteria — as well as new ways to study them. Read more

Researcher nabs $500K to work on “green software”

Researcher nabs $500K to work on “green software”

Published Mar 29, 2011

Fast Company highlights the work of Binghamton faculty member Yu David Liu, who hopes to develop a “green” programming language. Read more

Computer scientist may advance medicine, entertainment, security

Computer scientist may advance medicine, entertainment, security

Published Mar 1, 2011

Computer scientist Lijun Yin’s research could shake up fields as diverse as education, healthcare, entertainment and homeland security. Read more

New approach to programming may boost ‘green’ computing

New approach to programming may boost ‘green’ computing

Published Feb 21, 2011

Binghamton University computer scientist Yu David Liu, whose work focuses on “green” software development, has received the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious award for young researchers. Read more

Computer scientists empower citizen scientists

Computer scientists empower citizen scientists

Published Mar 24, 2010

Binghamton University computer scientist Kenneth Chiu and his students teamed up with an environmental group to harness the power of data gathered at a New Hampshire lake. The computer scientists and the citizen scientists learned about designing technology for users in the real world. Read more